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Red Pants

Friday, February 01, 2013

This last time when I gained the weight I started to not be able to fit in many pairs of my pants. I ignored the fact that I had to jump around to get them on. Then I noticed that I looked really bad in almost all of my pants and so I stopped wearing everything except my yoga pants, sweat pants, and one pair of jeans that are on the bigger side. I've been wearing those since the summer and nothing else. Since losing 12 pounds I was hoping to lose 5 more pounds and then try on some of my pants that hadn't fit in awhile, but today I wanted to look a little sharper and so I decided what the heck I'm going to try some of my pants on. I have this really cool pair of red skinny jeans that stopped fitting a long time ago and they are perfect for tonight and I was scared they wouldn't fit. But guess what THEY FIT! They don't fit quite as well as I would have hoped, but they fit and it makes me so happy! I thought that I would share with everyone. I hope everyone has a great weekend!
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    What a great feeling that is!! It's a shame we can't bottle it for when we lack motivation.
    1907 days ago

    1907 days ago
    What a good feeling! I was totally smiling for you! Closet shopping is the best. I have a red blouse waiting on me to lose maybe 5 more lbs. It's been in my closet for 8 years or more.

    1908 days ago
    emoticon You went shopping in your closet and
    found a bargain. A few more pounds and you have a new
    wardrobe waiting for you!
    1908 days ago
    It's a good feeling isn't it emoticon

    Now keep wearing them, so you will want to be more comfortable in your 'cool pair of red skinny jeans' rather than slipping into your yoga or sweat pants.

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    1908 days ago
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